Events at the Crocker

Join us for an upcoming fundraising event at the Crocker, and support the Museum's mission to provide arts experiences for people of all ages.

Art Auction 2021

BIG NAMES, SMALL ART (BNSA) is a virtual, silent auction of more than 200+ small artworks (12 x 12 inches or smaller) with bidding on each starting at just $25, regardless of the work’s fair market value. Online bidding for BNSA begins May 10 HERE and closes Saturday, June 5, with one artwork every minute beginning at 1:00 PM.

LIVE ART AUCTION is a festive, socially distanced event to be held outdoors in the Museum’s courtyard on the evening of Saturday, June 5 at 6:30 PM. The event will include a cocktail party, socially distanced al fresco dinner, and a live auction of 15 select original artworks by some of our region’s most sought-after artists.

The Live Art Auction will also be livestreamed on the Bidsquare platform with real-time virtual bidding beginning at 8:30 PM. If you are unable to join us in-person, there is still an opportunity to bid and win these amazing works of art. Absentee bids may be placed HERE beginning May 10.

SILENT ART AUCTION is a virtual auction featuring 100+ original works of art by some of the region’s most renowned artists. Online bidding opens May 10 HERE and closes Sunday, June 6, with one artwork every minute beginning at 1:00 PM.

ART AUCTION EXHIBITION will feature all Live Art Auction and Silent Art Auction works and will be on view at the Museum from Sunday, May 23 through Sunday, June 6.

Color Us Hopeful

Dear friends and neighbors,

Summertime is always buzzing with activity and excitement at the Crocker Art Museum. Along with special art exhibitions, the Museum is awash in color and sound from our Jazz Night concert series to Movies Off the Wall, or our wide range of family programs.

Though we will not be able to have large gatherings at the Museum this summer, we want you to know that we care for and about our community, and we want to continue to be a space of solace and forum for public dialogue on the issues affecting our community. To help people weather the challenging times of COVID-19 and the communal trauma left in the wake of the violent death of George Floyd, we bring you this art-inspired activity booklet.

We know better days are ahead, and we look forward to seeing you in person at the Crocker very soon. In the meantime, we hope you find some solace in this special publication and the variety of museum programs and activities available at crockerart.org/fromhome.

Sincerely,

Stacey Shelnut-Hendrick

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